Q-Tip Says Jonah Hill About His Former Porn Obsession & Vacancies Desire For Marriage And Children

HipHop News Posted on October 11, 2018 at 4:30am

Q-Tip Says Jonah Hill About His Former Porn Obsession & Vacancies Desire For Marriage And Children

Tribe's de facto leader also explains why perfectionism is not "sexy".

As Jonah Hill is preparing to launch his debut as a director Mid90s, the illustrious actor has created a ' zine to go along with it. Titled Interior of the Children, the special characteristics of the project of 12 interviews with fellow Superbad actor Michael Cera, Edie Falco, Na-Kel Smith, and A Tribe Called Quest's Q-Tip.

The idea behind the interviews is to harness the inner child inside of everyone. Hill admits to 14 felt that "overweight and unattractive" and "ugly world". The Hip Hop and skating were his saving graces and play a key role in the film.

During the Q-Tip in the interview, the Tip opened up about his former obsession with child pornography.

"When I was young, I used to ... God, now I'm saying, so it is not a secret, not more, and I didn't even really think about it until this interview," Tip says. "So thanks, Jonah. And now I've been aware of it. I saw Caligula [1979 film], and I was about 9 or 10. Everyone had a copy of the same. In the hood, the older kids are going, 'go see Caligula.'

"It was like, 'Wow, I want to see more porn.' I used to see a lot of porn, as long as he could. Then it was like VHS porn, and shit like that. Your child has the VHS [tapes], loans for your child. It was Jane Kennedy sex tape that was on the hood. Would you like to be with a bunch of kids seeing that shit."

Tip admits that almost treated like a drug.

"They are a kind of shame due to the length that you would have to go to get the fuck out," he explains. "You know what I mean? As, 'Keep your porn, you got porn? We all have to go to the crib?' It was very neighborhood-ish and mischievous, as in your brother or sister fucking."

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As the conversation continues, the Tip opens up about his own mortality and wanting to have a family before it's too late.

"You get more sentimental as you get older," he says. "Y

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